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  • #31
    Originally posted by Deuce
    Rudisha 1.42.01
    Is this the fastest time since the WR?

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    • #32
      Fourth fastest ever and seventh fastest time in history:

      1 1:41.11 Wilson Kipketer DEN 12.12.70 1 Köln 24.08.1997
      2 1:41.24 Wilson Kipketer DEN 12.12.70 1rA Zürich 13.08.1997
      3 1:41.73 Sebastian Coe GBR 29.09.56 1 Firenze 10.06.1981
      3 1:41.73 Wilson Kipketer DEN 12.12.70 1 Stockholm 07.07.1997
      5 1:41.77 Joaquim Carvalho Cruz BRA 12.03.63 1 Köln 26.08.1984
      6 1:41.83 Wilson Kipketer DEN 12.12.70 1 Rieti 01.09.1996
      7 1:42.01 David Rudisha KEN 17.12.88 1 Rieti 06.09.2009
      8 1:42.17 Wilson Kipketer DEN 12.12.70 1 Tokyo 16.09.1996
      9 1:42.20 Wilson Kipketer DEN 12.12.70 1 Bruxelles 22.08.1997
      10 1:42.27 Wilson Kipketer DEN 12.12.70 1 Bruxelles 03.09.1999
      11 1:42.28 Sammy Koskei KEN 14.05.61 2 Köln 26.08.1984

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      • #33
        Originally posted by 26mi235
        Originally posted by Deuce
        Rudisha 1.42.01
        Is this the fastest time since the WR?
        Yes, and a new African record, too.
        Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...

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        • #34
          You run 1:42.86 and you get your ass kicked??? Yowza!

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          • #35
            Stewart 22.62 -2.0

            Wally is looking for a sub 20..this doens't look the right place

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            • #36
              Spearmon 20.27 -0.9
              Ashmeade 20.54

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              • #37
                Originally posted by #6
                Stewart 22.62 -2.0

                Wally is looking for a sub 20..this doens't look the right place
                He ran 20.27 (-0.9).

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                • #38
                  1 KIPLIMO, Joseph KEN 7:31.20
                  2 MUTAHI, Sammy Alex KEN 7:31.41
                  3 SOI, Edwin Cheruiyot KEN 7:31.48
                  4 FELEKE, Abreham Cherkos ETH 7:31.81
                  5 KIPRUTO, Silas KEN 7:32.25
                  6 SONGOK, Isaac KEN 7:32.57
                  7 MEKONNEN, Deresse ETH 7:32.93

                  ...

                  13 CHOGE, Augustine KEN 7:39.62

                  What happened to Choge ?

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by croflash
                    Wind:-1.5

                    Rank Athlete Nation Result Reaction time


                    3 WILLIAMSON, Simeon GBR 10.18 0.164
                    Can Williamson only run well into a huge headwind???

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                    • #40
                      Absolutely amazing how Asafa racks up sub 10s.
                      The fool has said...there is no God. Psa 14

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                      • #41
                        It seems odd that the 800 isn't getting a lot more attention than a rather everyday 100 run by Powell. The 800 is probably the fastest field ( I know it isn't the wr) ever at that distance.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Dave
                          It seems odd that the 800 isn't getting a lot more attention than a rather everyday 100 run by Powell. The 800 is probably the fastest field ( I know it isn't the wr) ever at that distance.
                          Maybe because there's a separate thread dedicated to that particular race?

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Dave
                            The 800 is probably the fastest field ( I know it isn't the wr) ever at that distance.
                            1996 Olympics had four under 1:43, and Zurich in 2001 had Borzakovskiy sixth in 1:43.30.

                            http://www.sporting-heroes.net/athletic ... 96_m.asp#4
                            http://www2.iaaf.org/gp01/GLEZ%C3%BCric ... 00/ERF.asp

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                            • #44
                              why does lalova keep getting invited to these meets? it's not like this girl has run anything decent in the last few years, has she? they couldda had an italian girl in that race.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by TrackDaddy
                                Absolutely amazing how Asafa racks up sub 10s.
                                Nesta Carter was no slouch in this one either, his time into that headwind coming back from the calf injury is a good indicator that sufficient time has been given for the injury to heal.
                                Regards,
                                toyracer

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